Air Navigation (Maintenance Engineers Licences) Regulations

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Published: 1950-12-31

Air Navigation (Maintenance Engineers Licences) Regulations
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AIR NAVIGATION (MAINTENANCE ENGINEERS’
LICENCES) REGULATIONS

(ARTICLE 64)
[Commencement 31st December, 1950]

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Air
Navigation (Maintenance Engineers’ Licences) Regula-
tions.

2. Application for the grant or renewal of a licence
to act in the capacity of aircraft maintenance engineer, or
for the extension of a rating included in such a licence,
should be made to the Director of Civil Aviation on a form
which will be supplied by him on request.

3. (1) An applicant for the grant of an aircraft
maintenance engineer’s licence must not be less than
twenty-one years of age.

(2) The period for which a licence may remain in
force, following either the grant or any renewal thereof,
shall not exceed twelve months.

4. The requirements to be satisfied for the grant or
renewal of a licence or for the extension of a rating are
specified in “Section L1 — licensing” of “British Civil
Airworthiness Requirements” published by the Air Regis-
tration Board.

5. The categories of certification and duties of
certification in respect of which licences may be granted
shall be as follows:
CATEGORY A (applicable to aircraft, excluding en-
gines) —
(i) certification as to fitness for flight of an aircraft

for which a certificate of airworthiness is about
to be issued;

(ii) certification as to the safety for flight of public
transport aircraft;

(iii) certification of work done under approved
maintenance schedules;

(iv) certification of repairs approved as minor
repairs;

G.N. 124/1950
G.N. 215/1950

Title.

Application for
licence.

Age of applicant
and period of
licence.

Requirements for
grant, etc., of
licence.

Privileges
attaching to
licence.

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(v) certification of modifications approved as minor
modifications;

(vi) certification of replacement of approved
components and parts.

CATEGORY B (applicable to aircraft, excluding en-
gines) —
(i) certification of aircraft after overhaul, including

the engine installation, except that the overhaul,
repair or modification of the instruments, auto-
matic pilots, variable-pitch propellers, or elec-
trical equipment shall have been previously
certified by a firm approved for the purpose or by
an aircraft maintenance engineer licensed for the
purpose in Category X;

(ii) certification of approved repairs;
(iii) certification of approved modifications;
(iv) certification of the replacement of approved

components and parts;
(v) certification of the construction of components

and parts and the materials used therefor, unless
it is stated in the licence that this duty is
excluded.

CATEGORY C (applicable to engines) —
(i) certification as to fitness for flight of the engines

in an aircraft for which a certificate of air-
worthiness is about to be issued;

(ii) certification as to the safety for flight of engines
in public transport aircraft;

(iii) certification of work done under approved
maintenance schedules;

(iv) certification of the embodiment of approved
modifications and the replacement of approved
components and parts, provided that the work
has not involved dismantling the engine other
than to obtain access to the pistons, cylinders
and valve operating gear.

CATEGORY D (applicable to engines only) —
(i) certification of engines after overhaul, except

that the overhaul, repair or modification of
magnetos and other ignition equipment shall
have been previously certified by a firm ap-
proved for the purpose or by an aircraft
maintenance engineer licensed for the purpose in
Category X;

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(ii) certification of approved repairs;
(iii) certification of approved modifications;
(iv) certification of the replacement of approved

components and parts;
(v) certification of the construction of components

and parts and the materials used therefor, unless
it is stated in the licence that this duty is
excluded.

CATEGORY X —
(i) certification of the installation and the compen-

sation of compasses;
(ii) certification of overhauls, repairs, modifications

or replacements to magnetos and other ignition
equipment;

(iii) certification of overhauls, repairs, modifications
or replacements to and installation of —
(a) variable-pitch propellers;
(b) aircraft instruments and engine instru-

ments;
(c) electrical equipment;
(d) automatic pilots.

AIR NAVIGATION (CUSTOMS SUFFERANCE
AIRPORTS) ORDER

(ARTICLE 67(1))
[Commencement 25 May, 1963.]

1. This Order may be cited as the Air Navigation
(Customs Sufferance Airports) Order.

2. The place set out in the Schedule to this Order is
hereby designated a customs airport for the type of aircraft
specified subject to such restrictions as are specified
thereunder in the said Schedule.

G.N. 116/1963
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